There Is Still Hope: How To Avoid Psychological Conflicts: Emotional Conflict Examples
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Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Mar 27 2021
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Personal or psychological conflict refers to a situation in which a person is motivated to engage in two or more mutually exclusive or incompatible activities. It occurs when the overt, verbal, symbolic, or emotional responses required to fulfill one motive are incompatible with those required to fulfill another.
Few people can get through the day without having to deal with some type of conflict. At home, working parents may debate who is better able to stay home with a sick child. At work, a social worker and a psychologist may disagree about how best to treat a patient.
Yet no matter how hard people try to remain unemotional, during a conflict, their hearts tend to beat faster, their palms sweat, and their breathing quickens. All of these physical signs attest to underlying emotions that can complicate the discussion.
How We Can Fix This?
Contemporary psychology treats emotional or cognitive conflict as a reality that is rooted in the brain. Whether you are torn about maintaining your marriage, confronting someone, debating political views, or managing your finances, these conflicts also typically reside in a context in which there is a this or that option.
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